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    Mock Offseasons

    Post mock offseasons, discuss, ask questions

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    Bwallsstreet's Mock Offseason

    Starting Cap Space 30.00 Million

    Cuts
    P Michael Koenen 3.25 million
    OT Anthony Collins 3.00 million
    QB Josh McCown 4.25 million
    S Dashon Goldson 5.0 million
    45.50 Million New Cap Space

    Resign
    MLB Mason Foster 3 years 10 million(3.3 this year)
    S Major Wright 2 years 2 million(1.0 this year)
    DE Adrian Clayborn 2 years 4 million(2.0 this year)
    6.30 million

    45.50 - 6.30 = 39.20

    Extend
    OLB Lavonte David 5 years 40 million(8.0 this year)

    39.20 - 8.0 = 31.20

    Sign
    DE Brian Orakpo 5 years 45 million(9.0 this year)
    RT Doug Free 3 years 12 million(4.0 this year)
    FS Rahim Moore 4 years 12 million(3.0 this year)
    CB Charles Tillman 2 years 4 million(2.0 this year)
    QB Mark Sanchez 2 years 3.5 million(1.75 this year)

    31.20 - 19.75 = 11.45
    Draft

    Trade #1
    Atlanta trade away 4th round pick
    Tampa Bay trade away Mike Glennon

    Trade #2
    Houston trade away #16
    Dallas trade away #28, #60, 6th round pick

    Trade #3
    Tampa trade away #34, Atlanta 4th round pick
    Houston trade away #51, #60

    1. QB Jameis Winston Florida State
    2. RB Todd Gurley Georgia
    2. OG A.J. Cann South Carolina
    3. WR/PR/KR Rashad Greene Florida State
    4. S Cody Prewitt Ole Miss
    5. DE Preston Smith Mississippi State
    5. OT Sean Hickey Syracuse
    6. CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu Oregon
    7. P Kyle Christy Florida

    Projected Starters Week 1
    QB Jameis Winston
    RB Doug Martin
    WR Mike Evans
    WR Vincent Jackson
    WR Louis Murphy(Veteran Respect)
    TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins
    LT Demar Dotson
    LG Logan Mankins
    C Evan Dietrich-Smith
    RG A.J. Cann
    RT Doug Free

    RE Michael Johnson
    DT Gerald McCoy
    DT Clinton McDonald
    LE Brian Orakpo
    OLB Lavonte David
    MLB Mason Foster
    OLB Danny Lansanah
    CB Alterraun Verner
    CB Johnthan Banks
    FS Rahim Moore
    SS Bradley McDougald

    PR Rashad Greene
    KR Rashad Greene
    K Patrick Murray
    P Kyle Christy

    With the 1st pick in the 2015 NFL Draft
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Select

    Jameis Winston QB Florida State

    Whether You Like It Or Not

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    Notes:
    Jameis Winston fits OC and scheme perfectly, true franchise QB
    Todd Gurley should have been a top 10 pick if healthy, potential superstar
    A.J. Cann looked at as a guy who can start at RG Day 1
    Rashad Greene versatile WR who can help return game in big way
    Cody Prewitt allowed to learn the defense at his own pace, safety of the future
    Preston Smith another pass rusher to get after the qb
    Sean Hickey developmental OT with upside
    Ifo Ekpre-Olomu tore his acl will need time to get healthy, great zone prospect to help out at cb when healthy
    Kyle Christy good young punter who will be cheap and will be an improvement

    Brian Orakpo - This defense needs a special pass rush to win Super Bowls. Brian Orakpo is a special talent and should make this defense dangerous
    Doug Free - Good, strong RT who will address question marks on right side of line
    Rahim Moore - Good FS who wont break the bank
    Charles Tillman - Depth, injuries happen, situations occur. An extension of the coach on the field is a good thing, Tillman brings that.
    Mark Sanchez - Cheap backup, who is capable in limited situations and intelligent and professional

    With the 1st pick in the 2015 NFL Draft
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Select

    Jameis Winston QB Florida State

    Whether You Like It Or Not

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    ^^^I wouldn't mind that but out of curiosity why take Gurley?? Your like the biggest Doug supporter in here and him and Sims really didn't look all that bad towards the end of the year.

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    ^^ Value man. If he’s there it’d be tough to pass up a potential top 10 RB. We can address the other needs in FA but its very rare a stud RB hits the market, most RBs are found in the draft these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PFISH91 View Post
    ^^^I wouldn't mind that but out of curiosity why take Gurley?? Your like the biggest Doug supporter in here and him and Sims really didn't look all that bad towards the end of the year.
    Multiple reasons all combined equal a no brainer
    - Doug Martin is an unrestricted free agent after next season
    - Both Martin and Sims injury history
    - Gurley is the best RB prospect since Adrian Peterson
    - Neither Martin nor Sims are a power back, which can be useful
    - Rainey or even Martin could be traded for future draft picks

    #1 reason though is talent level. Getting one of the ten best players in the 2nd round is a yes in my book every time.

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    I do like the additions of Free (whose hands down better than Cousins and Pamphile and shouldn't break the bank considering he already got paid in Dallas) and Moore a lot. Orakpo kinda scares me though with his injury history maybe he'd be willing to sign a Sean Lee type of contract.

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    I do think that Gurley will be gone by the time we pick in round 2. I bet a team like the Colts, Pats, or Seahawks will take a chance on him. A team who doesnt exactly need him immediately and can let him get back to full health before trying to put him in. Rich getting richer, imagine the colts with an actual RB? scary...

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    2015 NFL free agents

    http://nfltraderumors.co/2015-nfl-free-agents-list/

    ^^^ helpful tool for you guys.

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    ^^^ If only we could afford/get JPP


    JPP• GMC• McDonald• Johnson and getting coached by Rod Marinelli

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    Quote Originally Posted by bucc4life View Post
    ^^^ If only we could afford/get JPP


    JPP• GMC• McDonald• Johnson and getting coached by Rod Marinelli
    I feel Orakpo has more upside but same concept

    #1 free agent need imo

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    ^^ Yeah, they're both athletic freaks for sure

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    ^if they're looking to go cheaper, I hope they look at jerry hughes.

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    I think we keep McCown and trade Glennon however. Let McCown mentor whoever we bring in and get back like a 3rd or 4th rounder for Glennon. We would have 2 QBs on the books for less than 10 Mil and that almost absurd. Then see what happens down the road with our QBs and maybe keep McCown around as a back up for cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PewterNRed View Post
    I think we keep McCown and trade Glennon however. Let McCown mentor whoever we bring in and get back like a 3rd or 4th rounder for Glennon. We would have 2 QBs on the books for less than 10 Mil and that almost absurd. Then see what happens down the road with our QBs and maybe keep McCown around as a back up for cheaper.
    Are you talking about my mock?

    A. He's 36
    B. I wouldn't pay him half of what he's getting paid now.
    C. I don't want him mentoring anyone

    If it was me, as I did in my mock, I would cut him and find another veteran to do the same thing for much cheaper who can actually be around for years and provide stability for our young QB.

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